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Tufenkian Old Dilijan Complex

Sharambeyan Street, 3901 Dilijan, RA

Ananov Guesthouse

The true Dilijan experience... 

In the 1800s, the age-old Armenian city of Dilijan was known as a blossoming center of culture, commerce and cuisine. In order to enjoy the region's picturesque landscape, wealthy vacationers from Tbilisi, Baku and beyond, flocked to Dilijan in increasing numbers, paving way for the town’s international culture. In 2004, Tufenkian began restoring the historical district (Sharambeyan Street) of modern-day Dilijan, preserving the 19th century architecture which you can experience today. The intricately carved balconies typical of 19th century Dilijan display the region’s historical love for fine woodwork. Old Dilijan's Esayan museum recreates a typical 19th century Dilijan home, from household textiles to hand crafted musical instruments common to the region. 

Tufenkian's Ananov Guest House gives you a chance to enjoy Dilijan in native luxury. The high vaulted ceilings, understated handmade chandeliers and intricately detailed handmade carpets of the Old Dilijan's Haykanoush Restaurant recall a typical Dilijani dining room. 

On the streets of Old Dilijan, visitors are immersed in the finest culture of an earlier time. Specialized workshops and studios sell jewelry, clothing, carpets, ceramics and woodcarvings, arts and crafts all revived with Tufenkian’s renovation of the historical district. 

Old Dilijan Complex also offers a separate picnic area, which you can rent and enjoy a day outdoors with your friends and family. The area has barbeque facilities with plates and cups provided by the complex.

Details

Restaurant

Hykanoush Restaurant has two floors and can accommodate up to 85 guests. The Restaurant's dining room looks out on Dilijan's lush, natural beauty. The design of the restaurant creates a warm and inviting atmosphere, perfect for intimate dining or memorable gatherings. Guests will enjoy many traditional dishes like mushroom and apricot soup or pomegranate stew, made from Armenia's two signature fruits. Traditional Armenian pilafs are served alongside dishes that showcase a variety of Armenian cheeses. One of the many must try delights from the bakery is Boureg, a flakey pastry filed with spinach or spiced meats.

 

Rooms

The Guest House features two suites, one located on the first floor and one on the second, and 12 guest rooms. The suites are filled with beautiful, intricate woodwork from the furniture to balcony fences to the architectural details, it radiates care and craftsmanship. Antique wardrobes emblematic of the craftsmanship and artistry found in a 19th century, Dilijan home decorate the guest rooms, mafrashes (hand woven covers) and Tuefnkian carpets give the rooms a warm and inviting feeling.

 

Picnic area

Old Dilijan Complex also offers a separate picnic area, which you can rent and enjoy a day outdoors with your friends and family. The area has barbeque facilities with plates and cups provided by the complex.

 
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